Volkswagen and Honda are both very big names in the auto industry and they are often compared to each other. The Jetta and Accord are both very popular models for the respective brands and in this 2017 Volkswagen Jetta vs 2017 Honda Accord comparison you can see how these two differ in terms of fuel economy, engine options, features and more.
The 2017 VW Jetta is an affordable option for buyers looking for a midsize sedan that has it all. With three engine options, the Jetta doesn't sacrifice power and fuel economy and instead combines them together to make one great package. The VW Jetta has a starting price of around $17,000 while the 2017 Honda Accord starts around $22,000. This large difference in price shows just how valuable the Jetta is.
|2017 Volkswagen Jetta||VS||2017 Honda Accord|
|28/40 MPG||Fuel Economy||23/32 MPG|
|1.4-Liter Turbo||Base Engine||2.0-Liter In-Line 4|
The 2017 VW Jetta has three available engine options all of which are turbocharged engines. The Accord offers drivers an available V6 engine and while it may produce more horsepower than any of the Jetta's available engines, the fuel economy just cannot compare and so if you're looking for a perfect blend of power and fuel efficiency, the Jetta is the one. The 2017 Jetta receives an estimated 28 city mpg and 40 highway mpg which is about 8 miles more per gallon than the competing Accord.
The 2017 VW Jetta is available in four trim levels S, SE, SEL, and GLI. Each model is equipped with its own list of standard features and obviously the higher you go the more high-end features buyers will get. The Jetta S is the base model which starts off strong with a practical number of features to make any customer happy. Standard features include LED daytime running lights, full power accessories, keyless entry, heated mirrors, a rearview camera and more.
The 2017 Volkswagen Jetta is available now at Hall Volkswagen in Brookfield, WI. Contact us today if you are interested in learning more about the Jetta or if you are interested in scheduling a test drive.